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Taking in art, dance, history, architecture, performance, archaeology, food, science, music and technology, this year’s Long Night of the Museums will happen across 80 of Berlin’s museums. Don't miss it Aug 25, starting at 18:00. more

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It would be nice this year if like 10 percent of the news didn't make everything easier for the far-right. more

Opinion

Germany's interior minister just banned the left-wing news platform Indymedia. Wladek writes for that platform! more

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Two new boutique Berlin-based English-language magazines, "Panta" and "Nansen", promise to open their fellow young creatives’ eyes to the fascinating hidden lives around them. more

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Why doesn't the "Die Welt" balloon have "Die Welt" anymore, and what's that have to do with the reason why German newspapers almost never criticize German businesses? more

Opinion

In the aftermath of Trump’s win, Germans have been worried about the viral spread of fake news – and how it could play out in September’s Bundestag elections. more

Politics

INTERVIEW! Is the discourse about privilege and race dangerously behind here in Germany compared to the US? Journalist Mohamed Amjahid thinks so and is ready to change that with his new book "Unter Weißen". more

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Saudi Arabia has said it won't bother Germany for more weapons again, because of the political problems. The German government is all like: Oh, we don't mind. We sold a load of "Dingos" to a Kurdish warlord. more

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Some Turkish people in Germany voted "Evet" (yes) in Erdoğan's referendum last Sunday. The German newspapers decided that this means society is collapsing, and Turkish people have to sort it out. more

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Long rumoured to be starting an office in Berlin, the American alt-right news site Breitbart is finally making its move – and they're doing it start-up-style. We've got the exclusive scoop. more

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Berlinale Blog: The media and movie stars

Thanks to Herr Drumpf, there's a new solidarity between reporters and movie stars. He can't decide whom he hates more. more

Feb 10, 2017 11:30 AM The Berlinale Blog

Germany has an old rule when it comes to foreign despots – condemn first then do business. It's working for Trump too. more

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The arty Syrian diaspora breaks new ground in Berlin with its own magazine, A Syrious Look. more

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Terrorists feed on our news-fevered brains. more

Opinion

Another week, another tiresome hatchet job on Muslims in Germany. Only this time the Springer Verlag pre-emptively plays to the Breitbart audience. more

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INTERVIEW! Dickersbach has shaken up the art publishing scene with Prōtocollum, an annual publication that includes artists from all around the world and empowers them to become their own curators. The third issue is out this month. more

Art & Exhibitions

Sometimes we pretend the news is important and serious because we hate ourselves and want to be unhappy. more

Opinion

Thanks to animal rights activists and their graphic campaigns, we’re all prone to seeing animal research as outrageously wrong. What’s the actual situation in Berlin labs and what are the alternatives? more

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Playing at the Ehemaliges Stummfilmkino Delphi on October 27 and 29 at 8pm, "The Journey/Drom" turns the Balkan migration crisis into a live talk show. Don't miss! more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW! Disruption Network Lab is back with "Deep Cables" (Jun 17-18 at Kunstquartier Bethanien), an exploration of the internet's workings. On Sat, Jun 18, author Andrew Blum takes us through the tangibility of what's behind the world wide web. more

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